Archive for February, 2006
Somebody has remixed the Bride v Go-Go fight from Kill Bill with the sound effects from Super Mario Brothers. Pretty good.
Brokeback Fiction – what would have happened if Tarantino had been allowed to direct Brokeback Mountain.
Rumors are flying that Michael Keaton has been cast in Grindhouse. Keaton apparently told an autograph seeker that he has a role in the Robert Rodriguez portion of Grindhouse (either called Planet Terror or Project Terror, both titles have been floating around).
I don’t know how reliable this info is and wouldn’t be suprised to find out its untrue – so don’t get your heart set on Mr. Mom just yet.
The details for the Hostel DVD have been announced. It is going to be released on April 18th, and will include the following special features:
It will also be released on UMD for the Sony PSP following the DVD release.
The Independent has an article about Italian B-movie director Fernando Di Leo – who happens to be an early influence for Quentin Tarantino.
Di Leo’s films are B movies par excellence: garish, intricately plotted, ultra-violent stories about pimps and petty gangsters, told with plenty of attitude. There is an intensity and formal ingenuity here that you rarely find in more prestigious (and expensive) pictures.